Parma, Ohio – Ohio’s largest Hungarian festival returns. Festivities include the 65th Annual Hungarian Festival, Scouting by Hungarian Friends in the United States, live music entertainment, colorful real-life costumes, traditional dance lessons and more, Labor Day weekend, September 5 from 10:00 to 7 pm at Central Germany Park. 7863 York Rd. , In Parma.
Ohio’s largest Hungarian festival will begin at 10:30 a.m. with the flag-raising ceremony at 11 a.m. in Hungarian Catholic and Protestant Church services. The kitchens will be served at noon with Hungarian delicacies served with cabbage, fresh sausage, roasted pork, chicken paprika, cranberries, crepe and fangs. The cafe Budapest offers the most painful, bakery and espresso coffee. Strudel and freshly baked bread will also be on the menu. All meals are ready to go.
Music entertainment is played throughout the afternoon by local talent Walt Mahovich and Harmonia and live from Chicago by Alex Udvari and his band. Members of the Hungarian Scout Folk Band and Scout Soldiers perform their colorful public costumes throughout the day from 2pm to 6pm with other guest dancers. There are free Hungarian traditional dance classes for all ages. Programs such as live animal shows, free children’s activities, book fairs, public arts and crafts, souvenirs and new items will be celebrated.
All revenues benefit and support the nearly 250 Hungarian men and women who celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Hungarian Scout in northeastern Ohio. The first Hungarian Scout Army in North America was formed in 1951 in Cleveland.
Admission is $ 7, free for children under ten. Parking is free, with wheelchair access near the entrance and all access to the park. Please do not have refrigerators and pets. The festival is sponsored by the Kuyahoga Arts and Culture and the Bethel Gabor Foundation in Hungary. Call 440 / 582-1233 for more information or visit www.csbk.org for program times and more details.
Broken day; Your most popular vacation documents will be returned on Saturday, September 18 from 9 a.m. to Brexville City Hall parking near Brecksville Road Fire Station and Service Room. Here is a chance to safely dismantle all those secret documents that should not be thrown in the trash. Braksville businesses are also welcome to have their products torn.
Since people usually want to be there at 9 a.m., it is recommended that you arrive later to clear the line and save time.
The city is asking for a voluntary donation of Brecksville Pantry packages that provide monthly meals to low-income families. The store always needs peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti and soup, canned vegetables and canned fruits. Beans are not needed. They also need grain, paper products, bar soap and toothpaste. Heine and Marseille gift cards are very popular to buy meat and orange juice.
Please check the expiration date on each item. Unfortunately, outdated items have to be discarded.
Clambach: Drive to the 6916 Stadium at the Brecksville Horticulture Building on September 11, Sept. 11, from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tickets are $ 40 per person. An additional dozen clams is $ 12. Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling any firefighter or calling the fire station at 440-526-2640.
Serving from 6 to 9 p.m., dancing will follow until midnight, and sports events will be displayed on the big screen. Local merchants always offer tons of door prizes. Revenue Firefighters Association uses charitable activities.
Golf course; The North Royal GOP Club will host Ohio # 1 Sports Authority and radio show host “Drena Live” on the regional sports network as a golfer at the club’s first annual golf course and club on Friday, September 17. Exit will benefit the Great Cleveland Food Bank.
Tickets are $ 95 for golf / club and $ 40 for dinner only. Register online at https://birdease.com/NRGOP2021. Contact Melanie Mason at email@example.com for more information and bookings.
Dance room; There is a large dance room for people with brakesville Parkinson. Classes are held on the second Saturday of the month from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm on the second floor of the Bresville Human Services Center. For more information, please contact teachers Fred and Diane Disson at 440-526-8531. The room is free for everyone.
Call the Human Services Center at 2 Community Doctors 440-526-2499. The next dates are September 11, October 9 and November 13.
Party Parts: Looking for a fun place to host your birthday party? Rent a room at the Broadway Heights Community and Recreation Center or have a swimming party.
They offer swimming party packages for up to 50 groups. Party packages include refrigerators, microwaves and baths, and use of available pools. Party packages are available in two hour blocks and start at $ 110 for a small group of up to 25 people or $ 220 for a small group of up to 50 people.
In addition to party packages, they provide rent for parties, family gatherings, business meetings, rain and other facilities. Smaller rooms can accommodate up to 25 people, starting at $ 25 per hour, medium rooms up to $ 50, and starting at $ 40 per hour. At least 2 hours per rent.
Contact Ryan at 440-717-4019 or Rmeyer@broadview-heights.org for availability or room information.
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